Editor, The Beacon:

Flat-out, I don’t believe it. Prove me wrong. I need some facts.

Florida’s children in kindergarten through third grade are being indoctrinated in sexuality and groomed for pedophilia in the classroom? Really? I don’t believe it.

I have volunteered in a local elementary school in first grade and kindergarten for four years. I see dedicated teachers and inquisitive, motivated children working really hard to master numbers and words, science and social studies, art and music and physical education. They would not have time.

Students and teachers stay busily on-task learning. If I’m wrong, I’d like proof. If anyone reading this has had personal, firsthand knowledge of the practices that Florida’s recently enacted “Don’t Say Gay” bill is designed to stop, I would like to talk to you about it.

What took place — specifically? Where and when did it happen? How did you respond? What was the outcome? Please send your name and contact information to The Beacon letters to the editor (https://beacononlinenews.com/letter-to-the-editor).

Indicate in your letter that you are replying to Bobbi’s call for proof. The Beacon staff will let me know who replied. I’ll give you a call. I’ll write back to The Beacon as a letter to the editor to let readers know the result.

Bobbi Baugh



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